Smith says J.Lo 'brings out the best' in his friend Ben Affleck.
In THR's Emmy Awards Roundtable, Chris Rock spills the beans on his Jimmy Olsen role opposite Nicolas Cage in the doomed "Superman Lives.."
Kevin Smith says Netflix's rebooted He-Man animated series is essentially "one giant epic" movie that stays true to the Saturday morning classic.
Filmmaker explains what prompted him to go against Harvey Weinstein's wishes and alter the history of the View Askewniverse as sequel to his breakout hit turns 15.
Kevin Smith is opening his SModcasting HQ, the "world's only podcasting theater" just feet from the landmark "Clerks" Quick Stop in N.J.
Smith shares stories from the writing, casting and making of the cult classic as it turns 25.
Netflix has set an all-star voice cast for Masters of the Universe: Revelation, its upcoming anime series based on He-Man, Skeletor, Teela and the other classic characters of the Masters of the Universe franchise. Masters of the Universe: Revelation, produced by Mattel Television, will focus on the unresolved storylines of the iconic characters, picking up […]
Kevin Smith talks about landing A-list cameos for his new film "Jay and Silent Bob Reboot."
Kevin Smith was on his deathbed when he realized he didn't want "Yoga Hosers" to be his last film.
Kevin Smith responds to Martin Scorsese's comments that Marvel movies are "not cinema."
The red band trailer is jam packed with F-bombs and Hollywood stars including David Dastmalchian, Jason Lee, Joe Manganiello, Craig Robinson, Justin Long, Shannon Elizabeth, Fred Armisen, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Chris Hemsworth, Method Man, Redman, Jason Biggs, James Van Der Beek, Brian Quinn and Tommy Chong.
Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck talk about working with the late, great Stan Lee for his penultimate MCU cameo in "Captain Marvel."
The celebrated director showed off his impressive weight loss transformation.
Kevin Smith tells Yahoo Entertainment about his plans for “Jay and Silent Bob Reboot,” which may include a cameo from “Star Wars” icon Mark Hamill.
Nearly two months after suffering a massive heart attack, filmmaker Kevin Smith sat down with Today show hosts Savannah Guthrie and Craig Melvin for his first televised interview since the incident. Smith was in good spirits, despite nearly dying that fateful night in February when he abruptly canceled a comedy show after falling ill. He explained that while the doctors were operating on him —he was awake, by the way — he was terrified. Smith revealed he didn’t even realize he’d suffered a heart attack until after he was brought to the hospital, saying, “I didn’t know until I was in the operating room that I had a heart attack.
The celebrated director shared a heartfelt and hilarious gift sent by the Disney Channel following his heart attack earlier this week.
The 'Clerks' director took to Instagram on Wednesday to share the news with his fans and to thank all those who send him kind words in the wake of his hospitalization.
Kevin Smith gave the alarming report on social the next morning that if he hadn't canceled his second show Sunday and gone to the hospital, he would have died. He managed to be wry about the situation, posting, "For now, I'm still above ground."
At a time when many stars are embroiled in controversy, Twitter users are offering up tiny anecdotes about celebs performing some small acts of kindness.